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Collecting data on sexual violence: what do we need to know? The case of MSF in the Democratic Republic of Congo

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Claire
Magone

Head of Communications, Médecins Sans Frontières - Operational Centre Paris (OCP)

After studying communication (CELSA) and political sciences (La Sorbonne), Claire Magone worked for various NGOs, particularly in Africa (Liberia, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Nigeria). In 2010, she joined MSF-Crash as a Director of Studies. Since 2014, she has been working as a Head of Communications.

Claire Magone has just published a paper, in Humanitarian Exchange Magazine (issue 60, February 2014 ) focusing on gender-based violence (GBV) in humanitarian crises. In an article called "Collecting data on sexual violence: what do we need to know? The case of MSF in the Democratic Republic of Congo", she cautions against an over-emphasis on collecting prevalence data over addressing victims' needs.

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To cite this content :
Claire Magone, Collecting data on sexual violence: what do we need to know? The case of MSF in the Democratic Republic of Congo, 20 February 2014, URL : https://www.msf-crash.org/en/blog/humanitarian-actors-and-practices/collecting-data-sexual-violence-what-do-we-need-know-case

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